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From the Publisher[A] prototype in establishing an increased level of accessibility for those wishing to explore architecture from a regional perspective.
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians
The book is a pleasure not only to read but also to use in the field.
Journal of Southern History
A stunningly articulate, witty, artful, but dry-eyed introduction to the architecture of western North Carolina.
North Carolina Historical Review
[F]ully demonstrates that there is no better evidence of the region's richly varied past and socioeconomic range than its architecture.
John C. Inscoe, author of Mountain Masters: Slavery and the Sectional Crisis in Western North Carolina
Western North Carolina is blessed with marvelous historic architecture and this wonderful book captures it all.
Richard Moe, president, National Trust for Historic Preservation